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Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 7, December 1976 - Page 10. December 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1255/show/1252.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 7, December 1976
Date December 1976
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Transcript Music Review Living With Lesbians Alix Dobkin What I like best about Alix Dobkin and her music is that both are so openly and honestly lesbian. As she says in the liner notes on her newest album, Living with Lesbians, "Total connection with my music requires a lesbian ear, mind, body and everyday lesbian experience." Living with Lesbians is notable for its variety in tempo, lyrical mood, and musical accompaniment. The tune of Hearts and Struggles, a coming out story, is lovely. The vocal backup and flamenco guitar is especially fine. I also like the jazz effect the sax gives to The Lesbian Power Authority. Alix sings two acapella songs, Balkan and Macedonian. Alix has a lot to say and she says it well through her music. Song topics range from coming out, to separatism, to rape. Five of the songs were recorded live at the Women's Coffeehouse in New York City, which adds to the quality of informality and spontaneity. Though I can't get too turned on by the vocal exercises included in the album, they do give some insight into the hard work involved in producing music. And every song that Alix sings exhibits their effectiveness in increasing voice control and range. In Living with Lesbians, Alix shares a bit of herself and her life with us, and above all, she celebrates the lesbian woman. Living with Lesbians and Lavender Jane Loves Women are available from Project No. 1, Preston Hollow, New York 12469. Price is $6.00 each. - Phyllis Yarnold Massage To explore the spaciousness uuithin To balance energy For appointment coll: Beth Kendrick 523-0368 10 dollars/trades Womens Concert, Anyone? Since the Meg Christian concern in May there has been a lot of clamoring for another concert of women's music. "When is Cris Williamson coming?" was one of the refrains. Having diligently tried to book Cris since March, pbt now has an answer . . . sort of. Cris is spending this year in transition, building a trio with Jackie Robbins and June Millington. This involves abundant doses of work, improving their equipment and sound crew, not to mention developing new music with each other. So Cris is doing no tours until they can get it all together. But when they do, she is interested in coming to the Southwest. So, can you wait? In the meantime, is there anyone special you'd like pbt to bring to town? (Besides Amelia Earhart, you turkeys!) Margie Adam, Be Be K'roche, and Casse Culver all will have new albums out by the end of the year, so you'll have a chance to become familiar with their music. Or, anybody else? Let us know, and we'll try to bring her. - Pokey 10